AMBULATORY GLUCOSE PROFILE

An Ambulatory Glucose Profile (AGP) provides a snapshot of a patient's glucose levels over a typical day, making it easier for them and their healthcare professionals to spot trends and identify potential trouble spots.

UNDERSTANDING AGP

An AGP serves as a standardised reporting structure - just like an electrocardiogram (ECG) for a cardiologist. It is based on glucose data over several days or weeks1.It's a simple way for patients and healthcare professionals to visualise glucose patterns and trends, and make more informed treatment decisions.

1 The FreeStyle Libre system will display reports using AGP after a minimum of five days' of glucose data.

How to generate and share AGP reports

Use LibreView to generate and share AGP reports. These enable patients and healthcare professionals to identify glucose patterns and trends, assess the risk of hypoglycemia, and monitor glucose variations1.

1 Bergenstal RM, Ahmann AJ, Bailey T, et al. Recommendations for standardizing glucose reporting and analysis to optimize clinical decision making in diabetes: the ambulatory glucose profile. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2013;7:562-578.

Clearer glucose data

Showing lots of glucose data on one graph can be difficult to interpret, even for healthcare professionals. Instead, the AGP graph is a clear group of lines and indicators, making it easier to spot trends and patterns.

Aiding diabetes management

As well as being helpful for tracking glucose trends, AGP reports can be shared with healthcare professionals, helping them make treatment decisions or adjustments to a patient's diabetes management.

LibreView

LibreView is a free, secure, cloud-based diabetes management system. It provides a convenient way to view glucose data in clear and easy-to-understand reports that can be shared with caregivers and healthcare professionals.

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